- "I shouldn't be able to do this. I saw it on TV."
- ― Monica Dawson (Heroes)
The power to replicate movements after observation. Not to be confused with Instructive Muscle Memory.
- Adaptive Muscle Memory
- Body Movement Copying
- Eidetic Kinesthesia
- Mimetic Muscle Memory
- Photographic Muscle Memory/Reflexes
- Psychometric Reflexes
- Reproductive Muscle Memory
The user can copy any/all movements/actions after seeing it performed once, including acrobatics, martial arts, and other physical stunts. With these skills, they can become masters and incredible at what they do, by combining what several forms and movements in rhythmic motions instead of using the same thing over.
User can copy how a person aims, giving themselves incredible marksmanship; however, if they wanted to use certain weapons, they would have to watch a person fire that weapon in order to be able to copy it (such as how to fire a rifle, as opposed to how to fire a bow, or how to throw knives or darts).
- Action Replication
- Body Language Analysis
- Combat Perception
- Enhanced Combat
- Enhanced Dexterity
- Enhanced Memory
- Flawless Coordination
- Group Mimicry
- Instructive Muscle Memory
- Intuitive Aptitude
- Knowledge Replication
- Memory Manipulation
- Motion Mimicry
- Cannot mimic superpowers; limited to what the body could already achieve.
- Mimicking might not be instantaneous.
- Must be able to sense (usually see) what they want to mimic.
- Won't have access to any skills/abilities they don't sense, so they could miss vital abilities. For example, gaining skill to high-dive without the skill to swim.
- May be able to mimic the moves only over a short time span.